2018 National Signing Day: Arizona State signee Jarrett Bell pulls small bus before choosing Sun Devils
We've seen a ton of announcement videos in recent years from top-flight recruits finding a unique way to blast out their decision via social media. But Jarrett Bell's video caught our eye Wednesday.
Arizona State's newest offensive lineman showcased his sheer athleticism and strength before picking the Sun Devils over Nebraska, Alabama, UCLA, Arizona and Washington State. Sitting in a tire, he single handedly pulled a small bus before revealing his decision.
The commitment The take over pic.twitter.com/BFjM9wdSgM
— Jarrett Bell (@jarrett_bell_99) February 7, 2018
Not only was Bell's commitment visually interesting, it provided a nice boost for Herm Edwards' first Arizona State class. Bell was once an Alabama commit, so you know he has the chops to play a key role in Tempe and dazzle in the trenches. The recruiting analysts agree; he's rated a four-star recruit by Rivals.
“They have a top 10 business program and that’s what I’m planning to major in,” Bell told 247Sports. “I like the school itself and feel really comfortable with the players on the team."
Bell checks in at 6-foot-5, 295 pounds from Norco High School and joins his former high school teammate in the Pac-12. Travis Dye signed with Oregon back
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